Far Northland, The (The Border Trail)

DESCRIPTION: "It's the far northland that's a callin' me away, as take I with my packsack to the road. It's the call on me of the forest in the north, as step I with the sunlight for my load." The singer will canoe in the north. The song may list places to visit
AUTHOR: Carol Preston (source: Averill-CampSongsFolkSongs)
EARLIEST DATE: 1938 (Zander/Klusmann-CampSongsPopularEdition)
KEYWORDS: travel derivative campsong
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REFERENCES (8 citations):
Averill-CampSongsFolkSongs, pp. 282, 333, 500, "The Border Trail" (notes only)
Zander/Klusmann-CampSongsNThings, p. 61, "The Border Trail" (1 text, 1 tune)
Zander/Klusmann-CampSongsPopularEdition, p. 18, "The Far Northland" (1 text)
BoyScoutSongbook1997, pp. 91-92, "The Far Northland" (1 text, 1 tune)
GirlScout-PocketSongbook, pp. 38-39, "The Far Northland" (1 text, 1 tune)
SongsOfManyNations, "The Border Trail" (1 text, 1 tune) (CC edition, p. 6)
48MuchLovedFolkSongs, p. 3, "The Border Trail" (1 text, 1 tune)
DT, RDISLES3*

CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "The Road to the Isles" (tune)
File: ACSF282F

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